Screen Presentation Tools

Tools for Creating Screen or Online Presentations

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Revision History
Revision 0.2.7 2012-02-05
Added deck.js, impress.js
Revision 0.1.0 2004-03-22
Source format switched to DocBook XML (V4.3). Using DocBook XSL Stylesheets (V1.75.2), and DB2LaTeX XSL Stylesheets (V0.8pre1+20040315) for generating the various output formats.
Revision 0.0.1 2001-03-10
Initial release.

Table of Contents

Preface
1 PDF Based Solutions
1.1 AxPoint
1.2 beamer
1.3 foiltex
1.4 HA-prosper
1.5 ifmslide
1.6 Ipe
1.7 KeyJnote
1.8 pdfscreen
1.9 PPower4 - P^4, PDF Presentation Post Processor
1.10 Prosper
1.11 rayslides
1.12 ReportLab / PythonPoint
1.13 seminar
1.14 slidenotes
1.15 slideshow
1.16 TeXPower
1.17 web
2 HTML Based Solutions
2.1 DocBook dbslide
2.2 DocBook slides
2.3 latex2slides
3 Other Solutions
3.1 DFBPoint
3.2 mechapoint
3.3 mgp - MagicPoint
4 Todo
4.1 Active-DVI
4.2 Combined Slidemaker
4.3 ConTeXt
4.4 deck.js
4.5 elpres
4.6 Fathom.js
4.7 gpresent
4.8 HavenPoint
4.9 HTML Slidy
4.10 ImPress
4.11 impress.js
4.12 Impress!ve
4.13 Java Power Presenter - JPP
4.14 JackSVG
4.15 Lecturer
4.16 LyX
4.17 marSLIDE
4.18 mozPoint
4.19 Orator
4.20 pandoc
4.21 pdfslide
4.22 pdfwin
4.23 Pointless
4.24 powerdot
4.25 PPPSlides
4.26 Present
4.27 Prestimel
4.28 pylize
4.29 Pyslide
4.30 S5
4.31 S5 Reloaded
4.32 screen.sty
4.33 Slide40
4.34 Slidemaker
4.35 SlideML
4.36 slides
4.37 slides.sh
4.38 Slideshow
4.39 Spork
4.40 talk
4.41 TeX4ht: LaTeX and TeX for Hypertext
4.42 TPP Text Presentation Program
4.43 Utopia PDF Presentations Bundle
4.44 wiki2beamer
4.45 WML - Website META Language
4.46 xdvipresent
4.47 XSLies
4.48 xsw
4.49 XUL Slideshow Toolkit
5 Hints and Tricks
5.1 PDF
A History, Credits, Remarks, and License
A.1 History
A.2 Credits
A.3 About this Document
A.4 GNU Free Documentation License
Index

List of Figures

1.1 AxPoint example
1.2 beamer example: title page in Acrobat Reader
1.3 foiltex example: title page in Acrobat Reader
1.4 HA-prosper example: titlepage slide
1.5 HA-prosper example: introduction slide
1.6 HA-prosper example: welcome slide
1.7 ifmslide example: title page in Acrobat Reader
1.8 IPE example
1.9 pdfscreen example: title page in Acrobat Reader
1.10 prosper example: page in Acrobat Reader
1.11 rayslides example: title page
1.12 rayslides example: second page
1.13 PythonPoint example: page in Acrobat Reader
1.14 slidenotes example: sample page
1.15 slidenotes example: sample page with notes
1.16 slideshow example
1.17 TexPower example: title page in Acrobat Reader
1.18 TexPower example: partial displayed page 2
1.19 web.sty example: title page in Acrobat Reader
1.20 web.sty example: page in Acrobat Reader
2.1 slides example: title page in Netscape
2.2 slides example: first page in Netscape
3.1 mgp example in Acrobat Reader
4.1 powerdot example
4.2 Slide40 example output

List of Examples

1.1 AxPoint Example
1.2 beamer example
1.3 foiltex Example
1.4 HA-prosper Example
1.5 ifmslide Example
1.6 IPE xml file
1.7 pdfscreen Example
1.8 PPower4 Example
1.9 prosper Example
1.10 RaySlides Example
1.11 PythonPoint Example
1.12 slidenotes Example
1.13 slideshow Example
1.14 TexPower Example
1.15 web.sty Example
2.1 DocBook dbslide Example
2.2 DocBook slides Example
3.1 DFBPoint Example
3.2 mechapoint Example
3.3 mgp Example
4.1 elpres Example
4.2 powerdot Example
4.3 TPP Example
List of Figures